2817 Hwy. 14
New Iberia, LA 70560
Phone: (337) 367-0855
Fax: (337) 367-0845
Now known as "The Sliman Theatre for the Performing Arts," the 600-seat Art Deco-style Evangeline Theatre opened as a movie theatre in 1930 and closed in 1960. The restored theatre is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is home to the Louisiana Crossroads concert series.
Home to the renowned Louisiana Live Performances, Sliman Theater for the Performing Arts is an important landmark in town. Formerly known as Evangeline Theater, it was donated to the town by the Sliman family, in whose honor the venue is named. Currently owned and managed by the City's Parks & Recreation Department, this event venue dates back to the late 19th Century and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. With a capacity to hold 220 patrons, Sliman Theater hosts variety of cultural and entertaining events throughout the year. You can also rent the space for private events and functions. For more details, call ahead or check website.
From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., you can enjoy a chili cook-off, music, concessions, games and arts & crafts. Held the first Saturday in November.
A state-of-the art multiplex with stadium seating and the top, new movies.
Showing new motion pictures on four screens.
Southern Theatres, owned and operated by George Solomon was created in May of 2002. George Solomon has been in the theatre business with his family for over 50 years. The company develops and operates state-of-the art multiplex stadium seating movie theatres.
The Abbey Players produce three to four mainstage productions a year, with a children's production during the summer. Hosted productions from outside theatre companies are often added in between. Abbey Players mainstage productions typically run four or more weekends, giving the surrounding community an ample number of shows to attend.
Situated in the Bayou Vermilion District, Vermilionville's Performance Center plays host to many events. This space makes an ideal venue for private gatherings like weddings, receptions and birthday parties, accommodating as many as 350 people inside, with space for more if the outside area is utilized. Catering services can also be provided. Occasionally, this center also serves as the venue for musical performances.
Located in the heart of Lafayette city, is the Heymann Center—an aesthetically and acoustically enjoyable arts, craft, dance and recital theater. The auditorium prides itself on having performances by Acadiana Symphony—a Broadway performance and tons of other community shows! The facilities and amenities of this center are excellent with its par brilliance acoustics, private and comfortable seating arrangements and up to the mark sound equipment. This charming and timeless auditorium has a seating capacity of 2,230 and a huge parking area. In addition to this, there is also a Frem E Boustany Convention Center with a banquet facility and an exhibition area. So come by to have a splendid evening of fun and enjoyment!
The Heymann Center offers great acoustics, an intimate seating arrangement, and quality equipment. In addition, the Frem Boustany Convention Center, with a banquet capacity of 1,800 and an exhibit area of 20,000 square feet, completes the facility.
A vibrant and dynamic organization that presents live music from Master Works to Pops, from small ensembles, to chamber groups, and from educational concerts to Opera.
Chorale Acadienne was founded to bring the masterworks of choral music to the people of Acadiana.The group is a local, volunteer, nonprofit choral group. They have performed in New Orleans, Baton Rouge, the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., New York City and in the Czech Republic.